No, but why not mark each image you want to delete and then when you have finished, select all the marked images and do one delete. Then you only get asked how you want them deleted once.
But that's not what I want to do. Rejecting the pictures has some advantages:
- with a filter on, pictures that are rejected are hidden automatically
- I can compare images full-size (and not as thumbnails)
It strange that this pop-up is shown only after rejecting 3 photos.
I am not seeing this behavior. I can reject hundreds of images by using the X key and never get that pop up dialog window. That is until I actually go to delete/remove those rejected images.
Please state the Exact Steps you are taking and your use of the filter bar. I see no filter to hide rejected images (And why on earth would you want to hide them when you really need to delete them after you have rejected them).
You use the middle flag on the filter bar and you will only see unflaged photos and if you are only rejecting this works. You can delete rejected photos using the menu command Photo/Delete Rejected Photos
Yes, that is exactly how my workflow should work: go through all my photo's, compare them one by one and reject the one I don't like. Then ... after going through the whole folder, delete all rejected photo's.
This means: a lot of rejecting, but the pop up disrupts this flow.
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This topic can be closed. The problem had nothing to do with Lightroom. The problem occurred because I had a shortcut in TextExpander that triggerd when pressing xxx . It is strange that the x-es are treated like they were text in lightroom and so activatie TextExpander. After deleting the shortcut in TextExpander the problem is solved.